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Topic: simulation of AR processes on spheres?
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karl

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Re: simulation of AR processes on spheres?
Posted: Jul 10, 2012 12:01 AM
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Am 09.07.2012 19:22, schrieb Herman Rubin:
> On 2012-07-09, karl <oudeis@nononet.com> wrote:
>> Am 09.07.2012 14:46, schrieb Gordon Sande:
>>> On 2012-07-09 01:55:24 -0300, karl said:
>
>>>> Am 08.07.2012 22:28, schrieb Herman Rubin:
>>>>> On 2012-07-08, karl <oudeis@nononet.com> wrote:
>>>>>> Is there any literature? Googled but did not find something useful; I need something which is understandable
>>>>>> for engineers?
>>>>>> Thanks
>>>>>> Karl

>
>>>>> What is an autoregressive process on a sphere?
>
>
>

>>>> Is this so difficult understand?
>
>>>> A multivariate time series whose values are all on the surface of a sphere.
>
>>>> Is it now clear enough?
>
> No. I know what an autoregressive process is, but I see no way
> to get one whose values are on the surface of a sphere.
>
> Please explain what your process is in mathematical terms.
>


I leave it as an exercise for you to construct an AR process with values on a sphere.




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